I take a road trip with Matt Ruff, through Lovecraft Country, talking racism, cosmic horror and writing Black stories from a white perspective.
Johnny Compton’s The Spite House delivers more ghosts than you think you could fit into 250-pages … and none of them are anything less than furious!
It’s a Valentine’s day episode and what better to celebrate today than a conversation about cruelty, brutal folklore, political terror and black magic? Don’t tell me I don’t understand my
Stephen Graham Jones AKA Professor Slasher, returns to Talking Scared to discuss Don’t Fear the Reaper, the sequel to his zeitgeist-blasting slasher-ode, My Heart is a Chainsaw.
The Drift, takes C.J. Tudor from her crime chillers into a whole other world of horror. We talk failed novels, TV adaptation and pandemic grief.
They say selling a house is up there with divorce and death. Now imagine that house is haunted… by demonic puppets. That’s the premise of Grady Hendrix’s new horror novel.
This IS a scary one! Stephen Markley; has written a 900-page beast of ecological and societal disintegration. The best book I have read in decades.
2022 has been a helluva year for horror. Far too much for one man to cover. I’ve drafted in some highly qualified friends – Emily Hughes and Janelle Janson.
It’s the Christmas Special and with the obligatory requirement to do something different – we’re turning the tables. I’m the one being interviewed this week.
Are you ready for some learnin’? I thought we’d have a little look at … y’know … the entire friggin’ history of Horror and Gothic across the centuries.
Philip Fracassi’s new novel broke my heart. It’s an all-timer, and we talk about writing compelling children, villains and monsters.